Yashin are a metalcore band from Greenock, Scotland, consisting of Harry Radford and Kevin Miles, who replaced founding vocalist Michael Rice, two guitarists, Paul Travers and Connor MacLeod, the latter replacing original member Lewis Millen, bass player Andrew McShane, and David Beaton on drums.
Formed in 2006, the band released their debut album, ‘Put Your Hands Where I Can See Them’, in 2010, followed by, ‘We Created A Monster’, in 2012. The band released their third album, ‘The Renegades’, in February 2016. The band announced their split in late 2016.
The band have continually worked their way up the metal scene’s ladder, supporting huge bands like Korn, Papa Roach, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The Blackout, and Black Veil Brides along the way.
Yashin have cancelled their co-headline tour with Vampires Everywhere! in autumn and have announced farewell shows in London and Glasgow this winter. Catch them live for the last time by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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The most amazing and interactive gig I've attended
Norwich Waterfront on November 2 2014
The gig was so interactive, Harry was in and out of the audience during the set joining in with the crowd. Kevin talked to me while we were waiting outside and then winked at me and my friends when he got on stage because he remembered talking to us. After the gig I saw Kevin again and he continued the conversation we were having before the gig. I met Connor after the show and he told us that they were hoping to come back to Norwich next year. When Harry came out he stood and talked to me and my friend for 10 or 15 minutes before asking for a hug before the band left. It was an amazing experience and I would love to do it again.